Barley care home resident Enid wins second place in ‘bake off’-style contest

PUBLISHED: 08:30 14 August 2018

Enid Denchfield, who lives at Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home in Barley, came in second place in the Herts Care Provider's Association Bake Off competition. Picture: Margaret House

Enid Denchfield, who lives at Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home in Barley, came in second place in the Herts Care Provider's Association Bake Off competition. Picture: Margaret House

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A resident at a Barley care home has scored highly in a Great British Bake Off-style competition.

Enid Denchfield, who lives at Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home in Church End, won second place in the Herts Care Provider’s Association ‘bake off’ contest.

Her immaculate cake featured the home’s distinctive purple and yellow flower logo and was eaten and enjoyed by judges from HCPA and members of the Herts Chamber of Commerce at a coffee morning at the home.

Enid said: “I am so glad I took part, I had forgotten how much fun baking and decorating could be and being told I had come runner up was just the icing on the cake!”

For more information on Margaret House – which was established in 1971 and offers long-stay residential and dementia care, as well as respite or holiday breaks – go to www.margarethouse.co.uk or call 01763 848272.

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